Calling all majors interested in space and aviation!
The Zed Factor Fellowship Class of 2022 applications are now open! Apply by January 3rd, 2022 by visiting https://zedfactorfellowship.org/apply.
The Zed Factor Fellowship empowers aspiring aerospace professionals from underrepresented backgrounds to explore the innovative aerospace industry through a hands-on, practical experience at a leading company in the aerospace community. Students from all majors including STEM, business/marketing, communications, policy/pre-law, are encouraged to apply.
The Zed Factor Fellowship comprises of five key attributes:
1) an immersive 10+ week summer or fall internship at a renowned aerospace company,application page.2) mentorship from an aerospace professional, 3) a self-designed service project to engage the fellow’s community in their experience, 4) professional development programs with a flagship leadership summit, 5) and a lasting network connecting students throughout their education and professional lives. Learn more about how you can apply to the Zed Factor Fellowship today by visiting our
Additionally, The Zed Factor Fellowship is hosting an information session on December 2nd at 8:00 PM ET for you to ask us anything about the program and application process. Please sign up here: https://forms.gle/ufirLceRkSkMyqEj6
As an aspiring aerospace professional, we look forward to receiving your application. Please email us at email@example.com with any questions. Together we will create an aerospace industry and technical cadre of professionals composed of people of all backgrounds, creating a more inclusive, well-rounded and ultimately more impactful and effective nation and world.
Founded by a group of aerospace professionals from diverse backgrounds, the Zed Factor Fellowship empowers and engages learners and aspiring space and aviation professionals through hands-on, practical experiences working in and contributing to the leading companies of the aerospace community. In addition to the internship placement, students will receive mentorship from an executive and young professional in their field, and carry out a funded space or aviation-related community service project.